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  • #36014
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    Greg
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    Is there a way I can change the display name for file downloads. The are currently media.some number, is it possible to change that? Since it is just for the download link, can i just be chang it to ‘download’?

    #36016
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    Chrisroll
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    Hi, Greg,

    Check in “Symbiostock/ Settings/ Downloads/ Download File Name” Menu

    Chris

    #36025
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    Greg
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    I think you mean the name of the downloaded file itself? I am talking about the file name displayed on the website account download page, e.g. ef7e28.media. I’d like to change this to just ‘download’ but it still retain the correct link to download the ef7e28.media file. It is simply tidier and clean fro the customer to see.

    Cheers

    #36027
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    Hebstreit
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    Hi Greg, .. it seems there is a folder beside your symbio_media folder named ssdl or equal. maybe it could be a problem to have one name for more than one files.

    #36029
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    Greg
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    I’m still not sure what you understand to be my question/request. Probably because I am not explaining myself properly 🙂

    I’m not wanting to change the actual file name at all.

    What I am wanting to do is change the link name to the file,

    Email Example

    Website Example

    Cheers

    #36030
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    Greg
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    OK found it and have changed it. If anyone else is interested

    wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/order/order-downloads.php

    Change this (line 53)

    echo '<a href="' . esc_url( $download['download_url'] ) . '" class="woocommerce-MyAccount-downloads-file button alt">' . esc_html( $download['download_name'] ) . '</a>';

    to this and then save it in your (child) theme woocommerce/order/ folder with the same name

    echo '<a href="' . esc_url( $download['download_url'] ) . '" class="woocommerce-MyAccount-downloads-file button alt">Download</a>';

    Now the buttons say Download

    Changed

    Cheers

    #36035
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    Robin
    Keymaster

    Very nice – thanks for sharing!

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